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Propaganda

nounpro·​pa·​gan·​da | \ ˌprä-pə-ˈgan-də  , ˌprō-\

1capitalizeda congregation of the Roman curia having jurisdiction over missionary territories and related institutions2: the spreading of ideas, information, or rumor for the purpose of helping or injuring an institution, a cause, or a person3: ideas, facts, or allegations spread deliberately to further one’s cause or to damage an opposing causealsoa public action having such an effect

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Global stocks rose to their highest in five months and the dollar dipped on Monday as traders began to price in an accommodative stance from the U.S. Federal Reserve at its policy meeting this week. — Read on mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKCN1QZ00X Advertisements

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  • Breakingviews TV: Minting Libra June 18, 2019
    Facebook’s privacy issues make it an unlikely issuer of a cryptocurrency. But as Tom Buerkle explains, Mark Zuckerberg wants to grow the social network’s tiny payments business, and his array of blue-chip partners might encourage consumers to embrace the new digital coin.
  • Breakingviews TV: Array factor June 17, 2019
    Pfizer is buying Array BioPharma for $11 billion, a 62% premium. It’s Big Pharma buying another smallish biotech, but in this case, Array’s backstory is a mix of skill, law and luck, as Rob Cyran explains.
  • Breakingviews TV: Hong Kong ire June 14, 2019
    The Chinese financial centre is bracing for another round of massive protests. Robyn Mak and Pete Sweeney discuss the reasons for the discontent, why the demonstrations caught the government by surprise, and whether Beijing will back down.
  • Breakingviews TV: Renault reboot June 13, 2019
    The Gallic carmaker may want to restart merger talks with Fiat Chrysler. Potential interference from the French government is still a concern. But as Liam Proud explains, Renault shareholders also need to be more realistic about the takeover value of the company.
  • Breakingviews TV: Boeing blues June 12, 2019
    Aside from the grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX jets, the company collected zero new orders in May. Customers are becoming stingier, and the effect isn’t limited to the U.S. giant – Airbus orders have also slowed. Still it’s the last thing Boeing needs, as Tom Buerkle explains.
  • Breakingviews TV: Full-up Amazon June 11, 2019
    The giant e-retailer is pulling out of the meal-delivery business. Antony Currie and Rob Cyran explain why – and discuss what this means for the sector’s big players DoorDash, Grubhub and Uber. With margins declining, consolidation is likely to be on the menu.
  • Breakingviews TV: Mid-air M&A June 10, 2019
    United Technologies and Raytheon want to merge, yet there’s little overlap between their aerospace and defense businesses. Meanwhile the $114 bln UTC is spinning off two divisions after buying another. Raytheon might want to wait until the smoke clears, John Foley suggests.
  • Breakingviews TV: Xi-llennials June 7, 2019
    Following the tragic crackdown on student protests in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square 30 years ago, China delivered on promises of prosperity even as inequality grew. Pete Sweeney and Jeffrey Goldfarb discuss the fresh economic burdens confronting the country’s young workers.
  • Breakingviews TV: App and away June 6, 2019
    JPMorgan Chase is shuttering an app-based account for millennials, after miscalculating what they wanted out of their bank. Fortunately, learning from failure is a feature of the tech sector, and size helps when it comes to taking risks, John Foley explains.
  • Breakingviews TV: Fed speak June 5, 2019
    As the Federal Reserve debates how it communicates monetary policy, it might do well to mimic former U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. Richard Beales says the “known unknowns” of trade wars and late-cycle growth call for a circumspect approach by the U.S. central bank.

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  • Is China's electric dream in danger? June 19, 2019
    A once thriving electric vehicle industry in China is starting to feel the pinch from Beijing putting the brakes on its generous subsidy plans and a slowing performance from established rivals like Tesla. Michelle Hennessy reports.
  • Wall Street rises on trade talk hopes June 18, 2019
    U.S. stocks surged Tuesday, and the S&P 500 approached a record high after Washington rekindled trade talks with Beijing. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Be cautious as S&P nears all-time high - Tomasulo June 18, 2019
    The S&P 500 neared a record high Tuesday. Vespula Capital CEO Jeff Tomasulo tells Reuters' Fred Katayama the risk for investors are to the downside, so he recommends buying commodities on the dips.
  • Trump and Xi will meet at G20 summit June 18, 2019
    China and the United States are rekindling trade talks ahead of a meeting next week between Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping, cheering financial markets with hope that an escalating trade war between the two countries would abate.
  • Breakingviews TV: Minting Libra June 18, 2019
    Facebook’s privacy issues make it an unlikely issuer of a cryptocurrency. But as Tom Buerkle explains, Mark Zuckerberg wants to grow the social network’s tiny payments business, and his array of blue-chip partners might encourage consumers to embrace the new digital coin.
  • USMCA lacks provisions to change drug patent laws June 18, 2019
    The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement has no provisions that would force changes to U.S. laws with respect to pharmaceutical companies, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said on Tuesday. (ROUGH CUT-NO REPORTER NARRATION)
  • Facebook to launch bitcoin cryptocurrency rival June 18, 2019
    Facebook plans to launch a cryptocurrency called Libra next year as part of its wider efforts to expand beyond social networking into e-commerce and global payments.
  • Greece, Cyprus pressure EU to act over Turkey gas drilling as Ankara digs in June 18, 2019
    Cyprus and Greece heaped pressure on the EU on Tuesday to take action against Turkey over gas drilling in disputed waters, as Ankara said it would step up exploration in a move that could further strain ties with Western allies. David Pollard reports.
  • The diamond scandal rocking Italy's banks - exclusive June 18, 2019
    A long-running criminal probe into diamond sales by Italian banks has uncovered what prosecutors say is further evidence of corruption by officials at UniCredit, Italy's largest lender, and smaller rival Banco BPM. Pascale Davies reports.
  • Retail Apocalypse? Not so fast... June 18, 2019
    Retail brands are investing once again in physical locations with exclusively online brands opening up stores and traditional outlets rethinking their physical retail space.

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  • Trump says he did not ask Shanahan to withdraw June 18, 2019
    U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that he did not ask Patrick Shanahan, the acting defense secretary, to withdraw from consideration to be defense secretary. Trump said he would likely nominate Mark Esper for the post. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
  • Trump and Xi will meet at G20 summit June 18, 2019
    China and the United States are rekindling trade talks ahead of a meeting next week between Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping, cheering financial markets with hope that an escalating trade war between the two countries would abate.
  • Schiff: Maximum pressure against Iran has 'maximally failed' June 16, 2019
    On CBS "Face the Nation", U.S. Democratic Representative Adam Schiff said the Trump administration's maximum pressure campaign against Iran has 'maximally failed' and has 'heightened' the risk of conflict after Tehran was blamed for carrying out attacks last Thursday on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, a vital oil shipping route. Iran has […]
  • "We're all on the same team": Buttigieg June 15, 2019
    When asked about the upcoming Democratic presidential debate and how to keep it civil, candidate Pete Buttigieg says "we have got remember... we're all on the same team." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
  • Shanahan says oil tanker attacks, an 'international situation' June 14, 2019
    U.S. Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan said on Friday that this week's attacks on two oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz, is 'an international situation' in the Middle East 'not a U.S. situation'. President Trump has blamed the attacks on Iran. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
  • Four candidates on tap for Sanders' job- source June 13, 2019
    U.S. President Donald Trump has four leading candidates under consideration to replace outgoing White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, a Trump confidant said on Friday.
  • VERBATIM: Sanders steps down as WH press secretary June 13, 2019
    Sarah Huckabee Sanders spoke on Thursday at a White House event following the announcement by U.S. President Donald Trump that she will be leaving her position at the end of the month.
  • Federal watchdog says Trump aide Conway should be fired June 13, 2019
    The U.S. Office of Special Counsel on Thursday recommended Kellyanne Conway be fired for repeatedly violating U.S. law with political comments while serving in the White House.
  • U.S. soccer celebrations 'unnecessary': Hope Solo June 13, 2019
    After the 13-0 defeat of Thailand by the Uniited States women's World Cup team in Reims on Tuesday, former team goalkeeper, Hope Solo told "CBS This Morning" that she thought the 'planned-out' celebrations were 'unnecessary'. The Women's team has been criticized for celebrating each goal in their crushing 13-0 win over Thailand on Tuesday. Rough […]

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  • Is China's electric dream in danger? June 19, 2019
    A once thriving electric vehicle industry in China is starting to feel the pinch from Beijing putting the brakes on its generous subsidy plans and a slowing performance from established rivals like Tesla. Michelle Hennessy reports.
  • Facebook to launch bitcoin cryptocurrency rival June 18, 2019
    Facebook plans to launch a cryptocurrency called Libra next year as part of its wider efforts to expand beyond social networking into e-commerce and global payments.
  • Cookbook serves up insects and algae as future foods June 18, 2019
    Food innovation cookbook "Future Food Today", by IKEA-backed research lab Space10, is a collection of sustainable recipes using ingredients such as dried grasshoppers and mealworms. Rough cut - no reporter narration.
  • AI smart speaker tech means Alexa can always hear you June 18, 2019
    Artificial intelligence can cancel out background noise and ensure your smart speaker can still hear you no matter how noisy the room is. Stuart McDill reports.
  • Canadian airline to turn seaplanes to e-planes June 14, 2019
    Engineers in the U.S. and Canada are racing to build the world's first electric-powered commercial airline. Lauren Anthony reports.
  • Musk talks in-Tesla gaming, startup struggles June 14, 2019
    Technology entrepreneur Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla, SpaceX and The Boring Company, gives a rapt audience a preview of gaming in Tesla cars, and described which failure most helped his career. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
  • Artificial intelligence has designs on the cities of the future June 13, 2019
    Experts believe artificial intelligence will help architects and planners design the towns and cities the world needs to cope with climate change and population growth. Polly Rider reports.
  • Blockchain and crypto: Africa Tech Summit kicks off in London June 12, 2019
    Africa Tech Summit London, a conference which convenes African tech ecosystem players, fintech, international investors, key decision makers and innovators, celebrated its fourth anniversary on Tuesday. Francesca Lynagh reports.
  • Flap-free plane a first for aviation, say engineers June 11, 2019
    A new era of aviation could soon take off following the successful test flight of a jet-powered UAV, which uses an integrated blown-air system to manoeuvre, developed by the University of Manchester and BAE Systems.
  • Jumping robot among winners at annual robotics show June 10, 2019
    Robots with human-like sensory information proved on trend at Montreal's annual International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA).

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  • Wall Street rises on trade talk hopes June 18, 2019
    U.S. stocks surged Tuesday, and the S&P 500 approached a record high after Washington rekindled trade talks with Beijing. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Fed won't move in June - Caron June 17, 2019
    Ahead of the central bank policymaker's meeting this week, Washington Crossing Advisors senior portfolio manager Kevin Caron tells Reuters' Fred Katayama the Federal Reserve may further back away from its hawkish position adopted last year.
  • Wall Street dips on chips weakness June 14, 2019
    U.S. stocks ended lower Friday. As Fred Katayama reports, a warning from Broadcom of a broad weakening in global demand weighed on chipmakers.
  • Chewy is no pets.com - Kramer June 14, 2019
    Chewy shares surged more than 60 percent on their debut. Kramer Capital Research's Hilary Kramer tells Reuters' Fred Katayama she sees no reason why the shares would stop there.
  • Markets are overestimating the Fed - Hogan June 13, 2019
    National Securities' Art Hogan tells Reuters' Fred Katayama the market's Fed expectations are too high. He doesn't expect the central bank to cut rates in June or July.
  • Stocks dip as energy shares fall June 12, 2019
    Wall Street ended down slightly on Wednesday, with bank stocks declining as prospects of a U.S. interest rate cut rose and energy shares tumbling along with oil prices. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Gold could hit $1400 - Cardillo June 12, 2019
    Spartan Capital chief market strategist Peter Cardillo tells Reuters' Fred Katayama gold could hit $1400 by summer's end if it breaks above 1350.
  • Wall Street gains on tariff relief June 10, 2019
    U.S. stocks extended their recent climb on Monday, with the Dow reaching its longest daily winning streak in 13 months. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Stocks not out of the woods, says Peter Kenny June 10, 2019
    Kenny & Co. founder Peter Kenny tells Reuters' Fred Katayama the "bad news is good news" trading that characterizes this market rebound usually "doesn't end well."
  • Week ahead on Wall Street June 7, 2019
    Investors will get an update on Tesla from CEO Elon Musk and get the latest read on inflation. Fred Katayama has the preview of the week ahead on Wall Street.

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  • Leave EU by Oct. 31 or pay the price: Boris Johnson June 19, 2019
    Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson advanced on the prize of Britain's top political job on Tuesday, winning 126 votes in the second round of a contest to replace Prime Minister Theresa May. Gracie Jerome reports.
  • U.S., Iran say they don't want war June 18, 2019
    Concerns about a confrontation between Iran and the United States have grown, but both sides say they have no interest in a war. Nathan Frandino reports.
  • Women in Switzerland have gone on strike June 18, 2019
    Women across Switzerland went on strike on Friday to highlight their wealthy nation's poor record on female rights, recreating the passion of the first such walkout 28 years ago. Lauren Anthony reports.
  • #KuToo no more! Japanese women take a stand against high heels June 18, 2019
    A social media campaign against dress codes and expectations that women wear high heels at work has gone viral in Japan, with thousands joining the #KuToo movement. Grace Jerome reports.
  • Boris Johnson maintains lead in UK leadership race June 18, 2019
    Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson advanced on the prize of Britain's top political job on Tuesday, winning 126 votes in the second round of a contest to replace Prime Minister Theresa May. Gracie Jerome reports.
  • The big business of South Africa's game farms June 18, 2019
    The game farming industry in South Africa has grown exponentially over the past 20 years, from 3,500 farms in 1991 to over 10,000 game farms today. Gracie Jerome reports on how the country's bio-diversity and infrastructure make it a successful market
  • Congo violence leaves mass fatalities, as hundreds of thousands flee June 18, 2019
    At least 161 people have been killed in a north-eastern province of Democratic Republic of Congo in the past week, as part of ongoing violence in the Ituri region. Lucy Fielder reports.
  • How human excrement is helping Kenyan farmers June 18, 2019
    Kenyan farmer Victor Kyalo's chickens have doubled the number of eggs they are laying. The reason? Human excrement. Lauren Anthony reports.
  • The Strait of Hormuz: A flashpoint for war June 18, 2019
    Recent attacks on cargo vessels has put focus on a shipping lane responsible for about a fifth of the world's oil exports. But in reality, this place is a powder keg for a much larger confrontation between Iran and the United States, and the precedent for conflict stretches back decades.
  • Harvard rescinds admission for Parkland survivor June 18, 2019
    Kyle Kashuv, a survivor of the Parkland mass shooting, says Harvard University has rescinded its offer of admission over his past use of racial slurs. Linda So reports.

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  • Trump slams Mueller inquiry, media at 2020 kickoff June 19, 2019
    President Donald Trump formally launches his 2020 re-election campaign by presenting himself as the same political insurgent who shook up the Washington establishment four years ago and who is now a victim of an attempted ouster by Democrats. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
  • Trump hits out at Democrats, launches 2020 campaign June 19, 2019
    US President Donald Trump admonishes Democratic challengers to his presidency in 2020 for wanting to 'destroy' the country. Rough cut - no reporter narration.
  • Strong quake strikes northwest Japan June 19, 2019
    A strong and shallow earthquake has struck Japan's northwest coast around Niigata prefecture triggering a small tsunami, shaking buildings and cutting power to around 9,000 buildings. Rough cut - no reporter narration.
  • 'Yesterday' comedy movie gets Beatles' seal of approval June 19, 2019
    Imagine a world where The Beatles never existed? That is what British director Danny Boyle asks audiences to believe in his new movie "Yesterday." Rough cut (no reporter narration).
  • Trump stands by 'Central Park 5' comments June 19, 2019
    U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday stood by claims he made about five men who were wrongly convicted for the brutal rape of a female jogger in New York City’s Central Park 30 years ago. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
  • Two women attacked in UK homophobic assault June 18, 2019
    Two women were punched and robbed in what police on Friday (June 7) called a disgusting homophobic assault on a London bus, after one of the victims said their attackers tried to force them to kiss each other. No reporter narration.
  • Trump says he did not ask Shanahan to withdraw June 18, 2019
    U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that he did not ask Patrick Shanahan, the acting defense secretary, to withdraw from consideration to be defense secretary. Trump said he would likely nominate Mark Esper for the post. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
  • Underwater artist draws inspiration while diving June 18, 2019
    Cuban artist Sandor Gonzalez sketches sea life during underwater dive. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
  • Angela Merkel's uncontrollable shaking fit June 18, 2019
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday she had recovered, after she was seen shaking uncontrollably during a visit from Ukraine's president. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
  • Trump 2020 campaign ad, a rally cry for the base June 18, 2019
    President Trump on Tuesday released his 2020 campaign ad for re-election as he kicked off his campaign for a second term in the White House. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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